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Monday, August 23, 2004

My Denise Rubuttal

Okay guys. Looks like I got some 'splaining to do, so gather 'round.

First of all, I love Denise dearly. She is one of my very closest friends. I don't think I deserve a medal for 'hanging out' with her. I love spending time with her. I made the medal comment about her puerile thoughts on all things sexual. Its not my place to teach her about sex. Shes not my lover, or my daughter. She knows everything she feels she needs to know and she is fine with that. Why should anybody feel sad about that? She is completely blissful in her sexual innocence, and that is more than good enough for me. If her husband thinks otherwise, then its his job, not mine, to take her through that journey. Not everyone's life revolves around sex. In fact, I almost envy her insouciance on the matter. Almost.

Now, the bit on diseases. I know what she meant, and perhaps I should have earlier specified, as this has been the subject of many an email, stirring quite the debate. She was thinking along the lines of the hair protecting the vagina against infection, std's or otherwise, not unlike nose hairs catching foreign bodies and protecting against illness. If the hair is absent, there is nothing protecting the tender area from semen carrying potential diseases or even perhaps airborn bacteria. Not unreasonable, just unproven. Furthermore, regular shaving opens the possibility of nicks and cuts, which of course can also make the area susceptible to attack. She wasn't talking crazy or anything, in fact what she said made sense. Its just wrong, at least as far as I know. She may one day be proven right! lol But anyway, that will hopefully clear up that debate. I agree that a trimmed bikini area can be just as erotic as a shaved one. And the first time I was asked to shave, I admit I was shocked at the pre-pubescent appearance. The positives obviously outweighed the negatives for me, but thats purely my opinion.

I don't feel obligated to tell Denise that I shave myself, nor do I feel the need to tell her that I enjoy nipple jewelry, or reading Playboys, or watching porn. And I don't feel dishonest, or that I am 'doing a disservice' by keeping these things private. (well, relatively private:)

Have I hit every hot point? lol If not, ask away, you know I'll answer.

On a separate note, I want to send out a big wet kiss to burbman. Apology most graciously accepted, and I thank you. I know you weren't trying to be mean. Thank you for the compliments as well. You flatter me, love. :)

5 Comments:

At Monday, August 23, 2004 11:06:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A) You keep the fact that you shave yourself private from Denise because she's blissful in her innocence. B) You publicize a private conversation you had with Denise to get some laughs at the expense of her innocence. That's a funny way to run a friendship in my book.

 
At Monday, August 23, 2004 11:11:00 PM, Blogger M.N. said...

to previous poster:
And you say all that behind the facade of an anonymous nickname? A blog is a journal, good wife is simply sharing a moment of time of thoughts in her brain during this discussion, there's nothing wrong with that, and if there is to you, maybe you should simply not read her blog.

 
At Monday, August 23, 2004 11:11:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A) You keep the fact that you shave yourself private from Denise because she's blissful in her innocence. B) You publicize a private conversation you had with Denise to get some laughs at the expense of her innocence. That's a funny way to run a friendship in my book.

 
At Tuesday, August 24, 2004 6:40:00 AM, Blogger Alex said...

Personaly, I like the funny friendships better than most! Gee, this makes me glad that nobody reads my blog so I don't have to deal with comments like the ones I leave. :-) GW, your original piece was hilarious. You didn’t need to ‘plain it to most of us, but you did an admirable job of doing so. AND I’ve always wanted to use the word “insouciance,” but can never seem to work it into anything I write. Good job!

I think writing something funny is more difficult than writing something erotic. You succeed well in both categories which is amazing and makes your blog such a pleasure to read. It’s very easy for humor to be misunderstood. There’s an infinite number of takes on something written. How one takes it often depends on the state of mind of the reader more than anything else. I can say this because my frame of mind is usually based in confusion, which is only to explain why my comments are often tangential, rather than on point. See, isn’t that confusing and diluting my point into perplexity? My writing needs a lot of work so that’s part of why I’m blogging… I’m not blogging to debate and argue, but more to share thoughts that I would or could not express elsewhere. My point is, you don’t need to ‘plain things to everyone because some of us are just never going to get it, but thanks for your efforts!!!

 
At Tuesday, August 24, 2004 9:26:00 AM, Blogger Good Wife said...

*sigh*

MN, darling, you are a doll. Thank you for your words.

Alex, thank you for reaching over and turning the little light bulb on for me. I'm happy to know that I am at least partially understood, and that is good enough for me. No more lengthy 'splaining, as you've shown me its not necessary. Thank you, love!

To anonymous, thanks for sharing your thoughts. Honestly, I mean that. If I'm going to be brutally honest here, then why shouldn't everybody else? Of course what I write is bound to stir up some emotions. I've just been surprised at the things that seem to stir up the most!

xoxo

 

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